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12 August 2019

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Michael A. Coker’s Story Book Road

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With a burly, blues-driven swing, Michael A. Coker’s Story Book Road lays into “It Don’t Mean Nothin,” one of the cornerstone tracks of their 2018 extended play, The Window of Your Soul, and while the countrified vocal harmonies are quite spellbinding in this rough-edged jam, they’re not nearly as dominant a force as the lightly overdriven […]

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12 August 2019

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Rob Alexander releases heartfelt tribute

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There’s a palpable melancholic atmosphere pervading the first minute plus of Rob Alexander’s “When I’m Gone (For George Michael)” and a spartan musical vision eschewing frills in favor of establishing an unshakable connection with listeners. The initial bare bones musical approach, relying on nothing but simple and straight forward piano coupled with Alexander’s rough hewn […]

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12 August 2019

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The Promised have a totally original sound

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This summer, country has been making a big comeback with fans of all stripes because of the incredible work of indie acts like The Promised, and in the Canadian coupling’s debut single “We Could Be In Love,” listeners get a picture window into the reason why they’ve been drawing so much attention towards their local […]

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9 August 2019

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TJ Doyle is acting like a legit superstar

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American pop music has been experiencing a bit of an identity crisis in the last five years, with artists in both the underground and the mainstream experimenting with futuristic sounds, styles, tonalities and textures, but few musicians have been staying as consistent in their output as singer/songwriter TJ Doyle has. Doyle’s new single, the melodic […]

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7 August 2019

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Ooberfuse’s music video for “Call My Name”

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URL: https://www.ooberfuse.com/ Waiting in the lonely darkness for a glimmering light of hope, a humble vocal harmony originating from the lips of one Cherrie Anderson finds us amidst the solemn synthesizers of ooberfuse’s new song “Call My Name,” specifically as we hear it in the “Push The Frequency Festival Mix.” The emotion in her voice […]

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7 August 2019

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“I Don’t Want Nobody” from 3Angle (feat. Alton)

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In a reverse sonic vacuum, a honeysweet vocal comes barreling out of the silence as we descend upon “I Don’t Want Nobody,” the new single from 3Angle featuring none other than Italian pop singer Alton. A shimmering synthesizer gives way to a gentle finger-snapping, and as the ultra-filtered percussion enters the mix, we discover the […]

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2 August 2019

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Rebecca Binnendyk’s radiant new release

2 August 2019

URL: https://www.rebeccabinnendyk.com/ Like the bright sunlight that breaks through the overcast skies we see in the first few frames of the music video for “Brick by Brick,” singer Rebecca Binnendyk’s radiant lead vocal slashes through the darkness whilst depicting its hollow loneliness with her words in her latest release. There’s a lot of color in […]

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1 August 2019

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GREYE “What If I”

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Rock, Pop and Adult Contemporary are only three ways to slice multi-talented GREYE, from Daytona, Florida. “What If I” only shows one side of them, but it’s a laced together sound that starts from classic country and rock, easy listening and just about everything else that can be played to demanding fans of anything musically […]

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28 July 2019

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Ronnue releases one of the most evocative albums of the year

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Fusing elements of G-funk, classic hip-hop and a modern strain of R&B swagger, Seattle’s Ronnue turns in one of the most evocative underground urban pop albums of the year in his latest release, the aptly titled Introduction 2 Retro-Funk, which is out now everywhere that independent music is sold and streamed. Songs like “Be Your […]

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27 July 2019

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CEEM’s new single “Better Than That”

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Atonal white noise comes blaring out of the silence flanked with a robotic melody that claws its way to the surface of the mix in the opening bars of CEEM’s new single “Better Than That,” and it isn’t but ten seconds into this latest release from the critically acclaimed, Seattle-based songwriter that we find ourselves […]

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